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From left, Erica Salmon Byrne, executive vice president, governance and compliance and executive director of BELA at Ethisphere; Joseph Moan, chief ethics and compliance officer and associate general counsel at The Coca-Cola Co.; Patrick Rowe, deputy general counsel at Accenture; Inderpreet Sawhney, group general counsel and chief compliance officer at Infosys; and Richard Buchband, senior vice president and chief legal officer at ManpowerGroup. Photo by Daniel Clark/ALM. From left, Erica Salmon Byrne, executive vice president, governance and compliance and executive director of BELA at Ethisphere; Joseph Moan, chief ethics and compliance officer and associate general counsel at The Coca-Cola Co.; Patrick Rowe, deputy general counsel at Accenture; Inderpreet Sawhney, group general counsel and chief compliance officer at Infosys; and Richard Buchband, senior vice president and chief legal officer at ManpowerGroup. Photo by Daniel Clark/ALM.

Companies need to find ways to make sure all employees from managers to entry-level workers are being treated equally, which becomes a challenge when companies have operations in several different countries, according to a panel of in-house lawyers at the 2019 Global Ethics Summit in New York on Thursday.

Dan Clark

Dan covers cyber security, legal operations and intellectual property for Corporate Counsel. Follow him on Twitter @Danclarkalm.

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